It looks like Razer’s new ultra-compact gaming desktop ‘Tomahawk’ is going to be one of the most impressive modular systems we’ve come across.
Razer has introduced the new Tomahawk gaming desktop in partnership with Intel – hence, no Ryzen.
It utilizes the Razer Tomahawk N1 chassis, which is incredibly compact.
Even though it’s a mini PC (sort of) – it can support a full-size graphics card (you can refer to its official website for the exact dimensions – in case you want to build one for yourself.
Specifically, it has been tailored to fit Intel NUC 9 Extreme Compute Element. So, it is quite obvious that it would support high-end specifications for just about anyone who wants a powerful mini PC.
Technically, you can bump up the specifications of Tomahawk up to Intel’s i9 processor, 64 GB of RAM (DDR4), NVIDIA GeForce RTK 2080 Super graphics card and SSD storage as required.
The Razer Tomahawk gaming desktop will be available in the first half of 2020 and the chassis will also be made available separately for PC enthusiasts who build their own system.
There has been no mention of its price as of yet – but we should know about it soon enough after it is made available for orders.